Samsung’s rolling out its April update to Galaxy devices. There are some general Android 11 features and enhancements. But, many of the user interface changes that Google has introduced to the core OS won’t be available on Samsung phones since the company applies its own custom skin.
Samsung’s version of Android 11 looks different than Google’s version because it utilizes the company’s new One UI 3.0 user interface.
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Eligibility models for Android 11 update
Samsung releases many smartphone models with different price range every year in the market. Providing software support for all of these phones is no simple task. The company does guarantee two major OS upgrades for all of its smartphones. This means that any Samsung phone that shipped with Android 9.0 and Android 10 will be eligible for Android 11. You can find your Samsung mobile model that is eligible or not in the below list,
Some glimpse from Android 11 update
New permission options are among the best Android 11 features. Users will be able to grant apps temporary access to sensitive data like microphone and camera with a one-time permission. The app will not be able to access that data once the user moves away from it.
Another useful enhancement is that Airplane mode will no longer disable Bluetooth. This means that people who enable Airplane mode don’t have to open the notification shade again and reconnect their Bluetooth devices.
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